Even though Apple dropped a few big bombs on us at WWDC, which included Max OS X Yosemite and iOS 8, there was one hole left in the event: any mention of the iWatch.

Now, according to a new report from the Japanese newspaper the Nikkei, which has a good record for reporting release dates, the iWatch will be released in October. It will come with a curved OLED screen and will run iOS 8, which will complement health features that will run with Apple's new HealthKit app. Furthermore, Nikkei also says that Apple is developing a partnership with Nike for the iWatch, which makes sense following the massive layoffs of the FuelBand department a few months ago. 

Is there too much hype around this thing, or are you willing to buy?

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